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If you need API development services, Saubhagyam will help you in selecting the best platform for Authentication API Integration services based on your budget and the needs of your website or business.

We use SSL authentication when providing authentication-related services. We believe that using HTTPS is reasonably basic and that it is also full of unique and fantastic capabilities.

The methods by which someone can be authenticated are classified into three categories depending on what is known as authentication factors: something the user knows, something the user has, and something the user is.

Accepting confirmation of identity provided by a credible person with first-hand evidence that the identification is real is the first sort of authentication.

The second method of authentication involves comparing the object's properties to what is known about things of that origin.

Documentation or other external affirmations are used in the third level of authentication.

Frequently Asked Question

Authentication is stating that you are who you are and Authorization is asking if you have access to a certain resource. When working with REST APIs you must remember to consider security from the start. RESTful API often uses GET (read), POST (create), PUT (replace/update) and DELETE (to delete a record).
Involves checking resources that the user is authorized to access or modify via defined roles or claims. For example, the authenticated user is authorized for reading access to a database but not allowed to modify it. The same can be applied to your API.
To protect the keys, use a proxy. Make a server-side component that holds the keys and access the backend, and your HTML page (or app, or Java, or whatever client application) will access it. And you cannot really know if the client connecting is your client.
  • Type 1 – Something You Know – includes passwords, PINs, combinations, code words, or secret handshakes. Anything that you can remember and then type, say, do, perform, or otherwise recall when needed falls into this category.
  • Type 2 – Something You Have – includes all items that are physical objects, such as keys, smartphones, smart cards, USB drives, and token devices. (A token device produces a time-based PIN or can compute a response from a challenge number issued by the server.).
  • Type 3 – Something You Are – includes any part of the human body that can be offered for verification, such as fingerprints, palm scanning, facial recognition, retina scans, iris scans, and voice verification.